Endurance is the same in gymnastics as it is in all other sports.
you need flexibility endurance and ability
Running, Gymnastics, golf, running
this is when you measure how well you are able to keep your muscles supplied with oxygen. :)
Compared to many other sports gymnastics is not oriented towards cardiovascular fitness. Because strength and power are so important in gymnastics, too much work on endurance exercises actually reduces strength. The only endurance important in gymnastics is muscular endurance. Events such as women's uneven bars, men's high bar, parallel bars, rings and pommel horse require more muscular endurance and strength. The longest routines are no more than 90 seconds for men and women's floor exercise and the balance beam. Floor exercise requires a cardio-fitness foundation but this is the only event in gymnastics. Most high level gymnasts work endurance by performing routines and stay away from jogging and other forms of aerobic exercise. The primary focus in training is short-term energy systems, strength, power and speed.
They need muscular endurance because they need to be able to hold there body weight on the beams, bars and other stuff to do with gymnastics
Rhythmic Gymnastics is the BEST sport for girls! Girls learn ballet, dance, flexibility, endurance and many other important skills.
You need this so you are able to move your body and not injure yourself
because you then have the ability to use force. it is also good because if you have a competition you need to be able to win by doing it graceful and not making any mistakes
gymnastics is a sport that needs to be started when your very young. i have been doing it since i was 3 years old, and i am now amost 15. it takes tons of hours a week trianing and isn't for the lazy or weak.its really fun and gives you great endurance, determination, and a great body!
Yes gymnastics is for all ages. There are classes from mommy and me classes to adult classes in certain gymnastics centers. I started gymnastics at a late age for gymnastics. I started at the age of 10 ( I'm 15 now) and I'm now doing competitive gymnastics. But since I did start gymnastics later I'm not at a very high competitive level. My coaches told me if I did start gymnastics at an earlier age like everyone else I could've been at least a level 9 or maybe even 10! But since I do other stuff like cheerleading at school and gymnastics and I'm in high school now I do prep op gymnastics which is gymnastics which is not as committed as being an optional gymnast. Gymnastics is good to start young since your body is really flexible and your not afraid to try new skills and to build motor skills. If you started late like me its also good because you work on flexibility, strength, endurance, and it helps you get disciplined and stay focus at school. Almost every gymnasts get straight As. Adult classes are also good to start since adults also need exercise and they work on flexibility and strength to work on bone strength and endurance. So yes gymnastics is for all ages, and you have plenty of choices to choose from like mommy and me, adult, rec team, competitive team, and prep op levels. Hope this helped. Jean
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